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We've known Tej Bir, Cafe Mitra's charming owner for years, and so were happy to spend a half hour chatting with him while waiting for our meal. When it came, and my husband and I both ordered the same thing, tenderloin with wasabi mayonnaise, the...More
Once in Kathmandu, a person shall definitely visit Thamel. Thamel is the one stop for all tourists to satisfy their needs; be it shopping, cafes, clubs, shisha lounges etc. Hidden behind the hustling bustling market, we found this perfectly quaint bistro. It is easy to...More
We stayed for two weeks in room D and found it was great. Gas heating so always have a hot shower. Great quality room for the price and significantly better than other hotels of similar price. Location is great right in thamel but is quiet...More
I found this cafe down an alley way and it was an oasis in the hubble and bubble of Nepalese New Years Eve. The service was excellent and the food was as good as any I've ever r had. I had a salad and roast...More
On a trip 3 years ago we ate here twice and I realised they had accomodation as well so when I went to Nepal recently I booked at Cafe Mitra.
Fantastic little oasis in the middle of all the mayhem in Thamel. Kunal is a...More
Response from Kunal L, Owner at Cafe MitraResponded 18 December 2015
Thank you for your generous praise. We are a small establishment; and we all try to address the needs of our guests when-what-ever required. The dogs are an integral part of us.
Being within Thamel, our guests quickly learn to navigate streets-with-no names or sign...More